SLI Systems has released an industry brief analysing the site search, navigation and merchandising solutions of leading fashion e-tailers, finding them to be cutting-edge when it comes to delivering a more ‘high-touch’ experience online. A webinar on February 13, 2013 will detail the findings.
In the lead up to 2012 Christmas, eBay conducted a shopping survey to determine who is organised and who isn’t when it comes to Christmas shopping.
Giving adults everywhere an excuse to let out their inner child! Kigu.me is the online retail store with a comfy costume for everyone.
Twice a year, eTail conference organisers survey leading retailers to uncover the how they spend the marketing budget. The 2013 report has just been released.
In this two-part series, Mark Brixton from SLI Systems outlines how infallible navigation can lead to increased conversion for online retailers.
Men shopping online prefer to do less research and don’t view as many alternatives, according to new research.
An online initiative is giving people the chance to get odd jobs done. From a krispy kreme delivery for $10 to painting the back of a house for $100. Occasional Butler has a job for everyone.
The three men behind the global mass customisation brand, tinyme.com, met with Power Retail for an exclusive interview. We discussed their passion for mass customisation, how the global re-brand went and what is the most uncommon name they have ever had to print on a backpack.
Social media interaction between businesses and customers is becoming more and more common. But are you doing it right? Tim Haynes from BazaarVoice offers his advice.